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Good, but......

Having pre-ordered this I guess you could say I’m a big fan and was eager to get hold of this album as soon as possible. I do find with music that sometimes upon listening to new albums I’m immediately hooked and on other occasions it takes a while for it to grip me. The later could be said about Requiem for the Indifferent. Everything is here, mad drums, mad guitars, mad keyboards, grunts and the beautiful voice of Simone Simons but there does seem to be something missing. The previous Divine Conspiracy & Design Your Universe are absolutely fantastic and if you like Nightwish they are on a par. I do think the second half is better than the first so I’m giving this 4 stars but I just might change my mind later and give it 5 but would be interested what other people think.

It's good,not sure it's great!

I tend to agree with last review.not sure whether there is a theme to the album and this is more obvious because of it's length.Despite this reservation it's very interesting and enjoyable to listen to,I also agree that with more listening I might decide it is great,if you like it at first listen it's unlikely to stay interesting.For anyone who likes Nightwish etc I think this is must buy!


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Formed: 2003 in Reuver, Netherlands

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally calling themselves Sahara Dust, Holland's Epica formed in early 2003 when After Forever guitarist Mark Jansen decided to break away from the group he had helped found in order to start an operatic metal project all his own. After drafting teenaged mezzo-soprano Simone Simons, guitarist Ad Sluijter, keyboardist Coen Janssen, bassist Yves Huts, and drummer Jeroen Simons, Epica entered Wolfsburg, Germany's Gate Studio with a classically trained choir and string section to lay down their ambitious...
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Requiem for the Indifferent (Bonus Version), Epica
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Metal, Music, Rock
  • Released: 12 March 2012

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